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Adam Boulton: David Dimbleby is a backwards step for BBC’s election coverage

Tonight Kay Burley will moderate a ‘town hall’ style Q&A with David Cameron and Ed Miliband as part of the election debate package. When Mr S bumped into Burley’s Sky colleague Adam Boulton… Continue reading The post Adam Boulton: David Dimbleby is a backwards step for BBC’s election coverage appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

British Prime Minister David Cameron Loves The War On Drugs

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David Cameron is the conservative Prime Minister of Great Britain. He’s also a man with decent-if-basic tastes in indie rock. In the past, he’s incurred the wrath of both Morrissey and Johnny Marr by claiming that he likes the Smiths. (It’s not easy to get Moz and Marr to agree on much, but Cameron did […]

Revealed: David Cameron’s secret conversations about the next coalition

David Cameron is keen to demonstrate his willingness to give straight answers to straight questions at the moment. But there is a limit to his candour. Anyone who asks him… Continue reading The post Revealed: David Cameron’s secret conversations about the next coalition appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

British Election Campaign Kicks Off With First Televised Leaders Debate

The British General Election campaign gets into full swing this evening with the first televised live debate between Prime Minister David Cameron and Labour Party leader Ed Miliband. The event, which will be aired on Channel 4 and Sky News, comes after months of tortuous negotiations about what format the debates, if any, should take. Show More Summary

Has Ed Miliband been spending £10,000 a day on Obama debate coach?

Tonight Ed Miliband and David Cameron will be interviewed by Jeremy Paxman in two separate interviews, after Cameron declined to do a head-to-head interview with the Labour leader. Now, Mr S hears… Continue reading The post Has Ed Miliband been spending £10,000 a day on Obama debate coach? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Podcast: Cameron’s second coalition dream and the problems of the sharing economy

David Cameron is secretly planning for a second coalition, according to the new Spectator. In this week’s View from 22 podcast, James Forsyth and Miranda Green discuss the possibility of another Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition...Show More Summary

Time To Go

I wrote my post about David Cameron's 'no third term' statement before I read Daniel Finkelstein's recent column in The Times, but our views are very similar and it seems very sensible to me that political leaders ought to have a fixed shelf-life at all levels of local and national government. Show More Summary

On and On (25/03/15)

David Cameron's announcement that he won't stand for a third term as Prime Minister if the Conservative Party wins the general election, sounds eminently sensible to me. Because no elected political leader should be going 'on and on' in the manner of President Putin of Russia or President Mugabe in Zimbabwe. Show More Summary

David Cameron’s VAT pledge spells disaster for Labour’s new poster campaign

Ed Miliband had a disastrous PMQs today after the Labour leader claimed the Tories would raise VAT, only to have David Cameron deny that he would increase the tax. Besides leaving Miliband… Continue reading The post David Cameron’s VAT pledge spells disaster for Labour’s new poster campaign appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

David Cameron tells Tory MPs: Defend our record on the NHS and fighting poverty

David Cameron has just addressed the last meeting of the 1922 Committee of Tory backbenchers in this parliament. He was given the traditional desk banging reception. Indeed, the loyal, pre-election… Continue reading The post David Cameron tells Tory MPs: Defend our record on the NHS and fighting poverty appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Is it really surprising that people think Ed Miliband is more of a toff than David Cameron?

The most remarkable poll of the week was the one which suggested the British public find Ed Miliband more of a toff than David Cameron. It takes something to out-toff an… Continue reading The post Is it really surprising that people think Ed Miliband is more of a toff than David Cameron? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

UK's Cameron rejects charge he's become lame duck by nixing third term

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron denied he had become a lame duck leader during his final debate in parliament before a tight national election as he sought to leverage his economic record to give his party an elusive lead in stagnant opinion polls.

PMQs: Miliband jumps straight into Cameron’s final trap

In the final PMQs of this session, David Cameron scored his most comprehensive victory. Challenged by Ed Miliband to rule out raising VAT, Cameron got to his feet and simply… Continue reading The post PMQs: Miliband jumps straight into Cameron’s final trap appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

World leaders - but not Obama - congratulate Netanyahu

UK Prime Minister David Cameron tweeted his congrats to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on his victory Tuesday. So did Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. And Canadian Prime Minister Stephen… Click to Continue »...

Cameron Will Not Serve Third Term as Prime Minister

British Prime Minister David Cameron has ruled out serving a third term, The Guardian reports. Said Cameron: “I’ve said I’ll stand for a full second term, but I think after that it will be time for new leadership. Terms are [...]

On and On

David Cameron's announcement that he won't stand for a third term as Prime Minister if the Conservative Party wins the general election, sounds eminently sensible to me. Because no elected political leader should be going 'on and on' in the manner of President Putin of Russia or President Mugabe in Zimbabwe. Show More Summary

Today could be the last time David Cameron and Ed Miliband ever go head to head

PMQs at midday today essentially marks the end of this Parliament. Although Parliament won’t formally dissolve until Monday, very little of consequence will happen in the next few days.The main topics for… Continue reading The post Today could be the last time David Cameron and Ed Miliband ever go head to head appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Scottish nationalists would block second Cameron government: Salmond

LONDON (Reuters) - The Scottish National Party (SNP) would try to block Britain's Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron from forming a government if the result of a national election on May 7 is inconclusive, former SNP leader Alex Salmond said.

Newswire: J.K. Simmons to yell at Navy SEALs in The Lake

What is it about toy box, tinkerer-type filmmakers and deep water? Before James Cameron and his mini-subs, before David Fincher and his perennially unproduced 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea, there was Luc Besson and The Big Blue, the biggest-grossing French film of the 1980s. Show More Summary

Cameron’s Decision to Rule Out 3rd Term to Affect UK General Elections

On Monday, David Cameron said he will not serve a third term as British prime minister if his Conservative party remains in power after the general election this May.

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